Tag: Rich Perlongo

Improbable Comebacks from Worst Sports Injuries, Lou Gehrig & GOAT

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MOUNT SINAI – No, we’re not hosting today’s exchange from what is more commonly known as Jabal Musa – the mountain in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. That’s the possible location of the biblical Mount Sinai, the place where Moses Malone received the Ten Commandments. Indeed, we are reporting [virtually] from the famed NYC hospital, as per […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Staring Down Summer Through the Eyes of My Brothers

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BRONX, NY – So, it’s not even half over yet, and already I have no problem crowning 2020 as the runaway winner of “Worst Year of My Life, So Far.” What an absolute sh!tshow. Even Rod Serling would be like, “C’mon guys, all of these things at once? There’s enough material here for at least […]

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Great Boxing Trilogies and Boxing Out Cancer. Cheesy Bruin In The Ring

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – When a pitcher misses a start once in a while, there’s always another arm waiting to substitute. But when a hurler fails to toe the rubber when slated, he becomes susceptible to relegation in the bullpen. This is most likely my last post for a bit, as I fend off that pesky […]

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What’s In A Nickname? Best or Worst Sports Nicknames

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Nicknames are a sign of belonging and studies have shown that made-up monikers help a young person’s self esteem. To the professional athlete, nicknames are often given to accentuate their specific skill or overall mastery of the game. There’s little argument in most of these names – like “The Sultan of Swat,” […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Pete LaCock, Jeff Wilpon, Gorman Thomas, Covid-19 – Are You Intrigued Yet?

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PALM BEACH, FL – What to say? I’m thinking about the fact that we are all sheltering in, at least the smart ones. I’m currently in a state with a Governor that was most likely voted in by a sh!t-ton of senior citizens and is still not taking this thing seriously. As Ben Whitney pointed […]

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Evolution Of American Hockey, NHL, Herb Brooks, 1980 Olympics

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Forty years ago today, in a sleepy little upstate New York village was the void in the schedule of the most momentous event in hockey history. Much has been written and produced commemorating the 1980 United States Olympic hockey team’s improbable run in winning the gold medal. I’m here to talk about […]

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NFL Sports Quiz, Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks, NFL News

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Sometimes it’s not that you lose, it’s how you lose. Yeah, some call them “bad beats” and these are the games gamblers remember more than the wins. Case and point, Week #1. I told you folks the under (45) was the play in the #Colts – #Chargers tilt. Things looked good with […]

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Tennis Anyone? Are Fittest Athletes Found On The Court?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Wow! That was some epic tennis match between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. It was one I was smart enough to stay glued to, even though there were no groceries whatsoever in my apartment. I was on my second cup of coffee when I picked up the Men’s Wimbledon Final at the […]

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Major League Pitching Problems, London MLB Flop

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – The NFL season can’t get here fast enough for me since all I’m left with to watch on television is baseball. This modern version of the American pastime is really somewhat irritating and is nothing like the game I grew up on. The London series (where baseball doesn’t belong) between the Yankees […]

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Can Second Fiddle Mets Make MLB Playoffs, After Mickey Callaway and Jason Vargas Exlpode?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – It has to be difficult to share the same city with the New York Yankees, especially when it seems as though the Evil Empire does everything correctly, while you drown in a sea of mediocrity or abject failure year after agonizing year. This monumental pressure seems to be getting to the field […]

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